Cobourg Hosting Public Information Session Regarding Waterfront Boardwalk Replacement

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Public Information Session Scheduled for May 31, 2023 at the CCC

The Town of Cobourg Public Works Division is hosting a public information session regarding the waterfront boardwalk replacement.

The Town of Cobourg waterfront boardwalk was constructed over 15 years ago and it is now at the end of its service life. As the condition of the wood has deteriorated, there have been
significant ongoing maintenance requirements to minimize safety concerns caused by rotting surface boards and exposed nails.

Public Information Session:
All members of the community are invited to participate in a public information session
regarding the waterfront boardwalk replacement project on May 31, 2023 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the Cameco Room at the Cobourg Community Centre. Information will be provided
on the design elements and potential upgrades to the boardwalk and staff will be available to answer any questions.

Community Input:
The Town of Cobourg is seeking community feedback on the waterfront boardwalk replacement. An Engage Cobourg project page and survey is being prepared and will launch Wednesday, May 24 and will be available until June 7, 2023.

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